Oral Abstracts

Oral Session 1: Maternal and Infant Sleep
Friday, February 5, 2021 from 5:30pm to 7:00pm UTC

LONGITUDINAL ASSESSMENT OF VENTILATORY INSTABILITY AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO PERIODIC BREATHING IN PRETERM INFANTS
Leon Siriwardhana (Australia)

INTERNATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN PARENTAL PERCEPTIONS OF INFANT SLEEP PROBLEMS AND DESIRED AREAS OF CHANGE
Jodi Mindell (United States)

THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN MATERNAL SLEEP DURING PREGNANCY AND INFANT SLEEP ACROSS THE FIRST YEAR
Derric Z. H. Eng (Singapore)

HOW DO MOTHERS DEVELOP AND MANAGE THEIR ANGER ABOUT INFANT SLEEP PROBLEMS?
Christine Ou (Canada)

THE DYNAMICS OF AUTONOMIC NERVOUS CONTROL IN SLEEPING PRETERM NEONATES EXPOSED TO CHRONIC RADIOFREQUENCY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS.
Dimitri Besset (France)

SEX DIFFERENCE IN MATERNAL SLEEP FRAGMENTATION INDEX DURING LATE PREGNANCY AND OFFSPRING GENOME-WIDE DNA METHYLATION: FINDINGS FROM SHANGHAI SLEEP BIRTH COHORT STUDY (SSBC)
Min Meng (China)

MATERNAL FATIGUE AND CHILD SLEEP
Perran Boran (Turkey)

Oral Session 2: Sleep Disordered Breathing
Friday, February 5, 2021 from 5:30pm to 7:00pm UTC

COGNITION 24 MONTHS AFTER EARLY TONSILLECTOMY FOR MILD OSA: THE POSTA STUDY
Karen Waters (Australia)

COMPARISON AND INTERVENTION OF UPPER AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION IN CHILDREN WITH OSAS BETWEEN AWAKE AND ASLEEP
Shan He (China)

ANALYSIS OF BRAIN FUNCTION AND RISK FACTORS IN CHILDREN WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA SYNDROME
Panting Wu (China)

NOCTURNAL DIPPING OF HEART RATE IS IMPAIRED IN CHILDREN WITH DOWN SYNDROME AND SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING
Rosemary Horne (Australia)

HOME OXIMETRY AS PROXY TO DIAGNOSIS OF PAEDIATRIC OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA (OSA) IN THE COVID ERA
Ridma Jayarathna (United Kingdom)

DOES OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA AFFECT LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN WITH DOWN SYNDROME?
Holden Richards (United States)

GENDER DIFFERENCES IN SYMPTOMS, POLYSOMNOGRAPHIC FINDINGS AND NEUROBEHAVIOUR AMONG OBESE CHILDREN WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA
Sarah Selvadurai (Canada)

FEASIBILITY OF HOME CARDIORESPIRATORY SLEEP STUDIES DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND THE IMPACT UPON FAMILIES – RESULTS OF A PARENTS AUDIT
Susan Jones (United Kingdom)

Oral Session 3: Sleep in Children and Adolescents
Saturday, February 6 from 2:15pm to 3:45pm UTC

CHILD SLEEP TRAJECTORIES AND ASSOCIATION WITH MATERNAL DEPRESSION: A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY
Yiding Gui (China)

SLEEP QUALITY OR QUANTITY: THE CONTRIBUTION OF GOOD SLEEP TO WORKING MEMORY IN 3- AND 4-YEAR-OLDS
Maayan Peled (Israel)

SLEEP IS ASSOCIATED WITH EMPATHY IN PRESCHOOLERS AGED 3 AND 4 YEARS: A POPULATIONAL STUDY
Tingyu Rong (China)

AN INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON OF BEDTIME ROUTINE IN YOUNG CHILDREN
Jodi Mindell (United States)

SOCIAL JETLAG AND SLEEP: ASSOCIATIONS WITH TEMPERAMENT IN HEALTHY CANADIAN PRESCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN
Maria Giannoumis (Canada)

ICBT-I GROUP INTERVENTION FOR SCHOOL-CHILDREN SUFFERING FROM INSOMNIA AND THEIR PARENTS
Angelika Schlarb (Germany)

ASSOCIATION BETWEEN BEDTIME AND HIGH SENSITIVITY C-REACTIVE PROTEIN LEVEL IN ADOLESCENTS
Saadoun Bin-Hasan (Kuwait)

SCREEN   MEDIA USE AND SLEEP PATTERNS AMONG ADOLESCENTS DURING THE LOCKDOWN OF CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC IN SPAIN
Marta Moraleda-Cibrián (Spain)

Oral Session 4: Sleep and Medical/Neurological Disorders
Saturday, February 6 from 2:15pm to 3:45pm UTC

RESTING-STATE BRAIN NETWORK TOPOLOGICAL PROPERTIES AND THE CORRELATION WITH NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT IN ADOLESCENT NARCOLEPSY
Fulong Xiao (China)

EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT DOSE REGIMENS FOR LOWER-SODIUM OXYBATE IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH NARCOLEPSY: PHASE 3 CLINICAL DATA, PHARMACOKINETIC (PK) DATA, AND POPULATION PK MODELING
Anne Marie Morse (United States)

VALIDATION OF THE PEDIATRIC NARCOLEPSY SCREENING QUESTIONNAIRE (PNSQ): A CROSS-SECTIONAL, OBSERVATIONAL STUDY
Susan Morris (United States)

THE DEVELOPMENTAL TRAJECTORY OF SLEEP IN CHILDREN WITH SMITH-MAGENIS SYNDROME COMPARED TO TYPICALLY DEVELOPING PEERS
Georgie Agar (United Kingdom)

THE IMPACT OF SLEEP DISTURBANCE ON PHYSICAL HEALTH IN A SEVERE ASTHMATIC PEDIATRIC POPULATION
Giorge Voutsas (Canada)

LATER SLEEP MID-POINT IN ADOLESCENTS WITH A PCOS PHENOTYPE IS ASSOCIATED WITH ELEVATED LIVER ENZYMES
Josephine Z. Kasa-Vubu (United States)

THE EFFECT OF MILD SLEEP RESTRICTION ON EATING IN THE ABSENCE OF HUNGER IN MIDDLE CHILDHOOD: AN EXPERIMENTAL RANDOMIZED CROSS-OVER TRIAL WITH LEARNING EFFECTS  
Silke Morrison (New Zealand)

ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN SLEEP DURATION, ADIPOSITY, AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT IN YOUNG CHILDREN
Zhiguang Zhang (Canada)



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